Ordinary soldiers asked to do the extraordinary, the British Chindits of Burma in WW2 have earned a fearsome reputation for bravery and sheer bloody mindedness in their drawn out daring raids behind Japanese lines. In a hostile environment, these men, nicknamed after a mythological Burmese temple beast, fought a hard war to win back Burma from the all conquering Japanese army and forged a name that will be remembered in history.
- Command (4 men): Officer with Thompson SMG, Sergeant with M1 Carbine, Medic and radio operator.
- 10-man Section: 2x NCO with M1 carbine, 2-man Bren Gun team, 6 Chindits with Lee Enfield rifles.
- 2 Burmese scouts
- Mule and handler
- Random wounded Chindit
- 2-man 2" light mortar team.